From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2001-06-15 22:17:58
> Eventhough the patch is tiny, I took me long hours to understand the
> kernel's ttys, termios, and consoles.
Heh, better you than me, baby...
> [It took me a long time to notice that vi in UML is nvi and in my host
> is elvis, and nvi doesn't set I_IXOFF properly... This made me
> confused :-\]
That depends on whatever you're booting UML on, obviously.
Anyway, thanks for digging into this. I'll stare at it and dump it in if it
makes any sense to me.
From: Jeff Dike <jdike@ka...> - 2001-06-18 17:10:13
> The second part involved is the in_interrupt() bit... Well, it seems
> that doing a schedule() while in an interrupt is a _big_ no no!
It sounds like you discovered that the hard way :-)
> Thanks for the attention and sorry 'bout the long post!
Thanks for the explanation. It seems to work fine, but I didn't find anything
like it elsewhere, so I think there must be a different official way to do